In the press


Condé Nast Traveler

The focus: breathing space

“…I feel in control of myself, my future. Everything in my life has slowed right down and I can not only manage it all again, but do so with ease. I am lighter. It all seems so much simpler; I can almost taste the positivity coursing through my system.”

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Hoffman Process magazine

Balance through breath

“…Breathwork is a powerful and safe way to infuse the body with much-needed oxygen and energy thereby enabling our own (often depleted) healing systems to bring about physical, emotional and/or psychological healing”

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Easyjet Traveller

“It feels like every cell in my body is blissed out”

“…With panoramic volcano sunsets visible from the sky-blue swimming pool and pink, flowering cacti in the garden, it’s certainly an idyllic setting…there’s a beaming smile on my face I haven’t seen since I was in my 20s”

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Wellness Retreats: Kill Two Birds With One Stone On Your Next Vacation

“…The shift he and his clients have experienced from conscious breathing is not simply one from sad to happy or weak to energetic, but one that changes the way you live. Dolan describes it as going from “black and white to full technicolor, 3D, hi-def.”

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Condé Nast Traveler

Take a very deep breath

“…Even for one not on any kind of quest, spiritual or otherwise, it is a viscerally intense and physical experience… I felt shaky when I got up, but also curiously serene. In the other five sessions I had, the effects were different, but no less intense”

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The Guardian

Healthy holidays: learn to breathe better in Lanzarote

“…Misgivings abandoned, I leave Lanzarote carrying what I arrived with, including the chocolate raisins. But I bring something back that I can honestly say is up there as my personal moon-walk. I’ve discovered something amazing, and it’s right under my nose.”

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Mail On Sunday

My anxiety banished by guru who helps the stars to breathe: Is Transformational Breathing a fad or can it really ease stress?

“The sense of calm is profound. It is, for want of a less hippy word, blissful… Where meditation failed, transformational breathing succeeded. It’s the pill I wish I’d had all along.”

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The Telegraph

How to get fit in 2014: A-Z of the best new fitness and wellbeing trends

“The ‘Breath Guru’ Alan Dolan wants us to breathe properly: altering the breath to a pattern where the inhale is three times longer than the exhale with no pause between the two parts. ‘Breathing this way puts your whole brain into recalibration mode. In just one session you can feel yourself letting go of emotions you’ve held in, reducing stress and anxiety and raising energy.’ Dolan holds classes in London and at retreats in Lanzarote.

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Medical Daily

Transformational Breath, Latest Hollywood Fad, Claims To Manage Anxiety, Stress In Just 1 Hour

“Alan Dolan, also known as “the breath guru” in North London, is one of the 27 qualified breath facilitators in Britain, although there are 2,000 worldwide. Dolan claims his services have helped patients overcome sleep disorders, weight issues, low energy, and even cancer, Metro U.K. reports. The breath guru was so enthralled by Transformational Breath that he gave up a high-flying job in the aerospace industry to teach it to the world.

“It allows people to access the full potential of their breathing system for better physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing,” he told the U.K. paper.”

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Hollywood celebrities try ‘Transformational Breathing’ to banish anxiety

“So, what’s it all about? Well, it’s a bit like the breathing used in meditation that calms your body down and reduces blood pressure.

The technique centres around inhaling and exhaling at certain rates (roughly each inhalation should be three times longer than exhalation). You’ll need to breathe in for three seconds and out for one.

This allows more oxygen and ‘energy’ to enter your body and allows you to exhale any ’emotional energy’ that’s stored up in your body, according to Alan Dolan, aka ‘the breath guru’…

Kate Hudson and James Bond star Naomie Harris are said to be fans of the technique, which has worked it’s way across the pond to North London.”

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Ready, steady… breathe

“…The biggest breathing breakthrough for me was experiencing conscious breathing with Alan Dolan. I found myself taking huge, deep, belly breaths for nearly an hour to a peculiar rhythm, eyes closed, propped up with a stack of cushions. I slid into a meditative, almost ecstatic state. ‘When you breathe like this, you get high,’ he says. ‘I explain it as connecting to the less tangible aspects of our being.’ It certainly proved to me that breath is the connection between the external and internal, bringing that inner peace we all crave…”

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Goldie Hawn does it, but is conscious breathing any good?

“I’m not a spiritual person but I’ve just seen a vision of a bat. Not only that but my body is shaking with a force I don’t quite understand, my fingers are tingling and an old operation scar is aching like crazy. And I have just had a huge outpouring of ‘emotional trauma’ – basically, I cried like a baby and have no idea why.”

“But I am not losing my marbles. I’m at a three-day retreat learning to harness the power of breath for better health and wellbeing.”

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